How does eBay AdContext ads work for Hubbers?
eBay AdContext is eBay's contextual ad product. It works very similar to AdSense in that their technology contextually matches ebay items for sale to the content of the page. It pays out just like the regular eBay affiliate program.
On Hubs, we run a small amount of these ads that are automatically placed in similar positions as AdSense ads. For Hubbers, their eBay PID is automatically placed in the ads so that transactions can be tracked back to them on their share of impressions.
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